How do I join?

Please click here to download our membership application in Word Document format or click here for PDF format, both allow you to complete the form digitally and thereafter send it to the email address on the form.

If you require assistance accessing the form or have any questions please contact us.

Aims of Membership

  • To support those bereaved by a line of duty death.
  • We ensure that the memory of all those remembered in the Police Roll of Honour and send family members annual anniversary cards, we can only do this with consent due to Data Protection rules. We directly support families and have helped to have Officer's names included on various memorials that they were previously absent from.

  • To ensure the longevity of the Police Roll of Honour Trust.
  • Our Subscribing Members are vital to the long term success of the Trust, they are all invited to attend our Annual General Meetings and can assist the Trustees by voting on certain matters. Crucially if the Trustees become incapcitated or otherwise unable to act the membership will vote for new Trustees.

  • To increase knowledge and appreciation of the work of the Trust.
  • Unlike the military there are no Government or other national records of those Police officers who lose their lives on or in the line of duty. The Police Roll of Honour is the official record for the Police family and having serving and retired officers in our membership helps us to raise awareness.

What does it cost?

    There is no cost, however any donation you can consider making is warmly received.



Fundraising

We rely entirely on the generosity of our friends and supporters. Any amount is gratefully received, with no paid staff all money raised goes to furthering our work.

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Lest We Forget

View the United Kingdom's Police Roll of Honour. It is a record of service and sacrifice going back centuries, a testament to Police bravery and commitment.

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Memorials

The Trust are empowered to support the construction of statues, memorial gardens, books of remembrance, plaques and other appropriate memorials be they national, local, group or individual.

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